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Unit 3 - Gases & Equilibrium

 
2/18:  Physics/Gas Pressure Sheet/ Lecture: Gas Pressure, Gas density, Dalton's partial pressure and mole fraction/Prep Proving the Ideal Gas Law Constant Lab
        HW: 1.  Finish lab prep  2. Gas Law problems [Rev & Check 10-2 pg 381]  3.  Read Fast Track pgs. 131-136 

2/19: Gas Pressure Lecture- mixtures and partial pressure/ Demo the lab- approximate mass of Mg needed for 60 ml of hydrogen gas 
         to be produced/ 5 minutes Gas Properties simulation -Phet/
         HW: 1. Read Fast Track pgs. 137- 138
                2.  Example 10.10 pg. 389 

2/22: Proving the Ideal Gas Law Lab- Each lab person do one good trial and then share calcs for table 2./Water Vapor Chart
            HW: 1. Calcs Table 2 & 3  and graph   
                    2. Rev & check section 10.5 pg. 390
                    3. Watch Gas Density Lecture and take notes
                            3b. At 1.00 atm & 25 degrees Celsius, Density of air = 1.18 g/L. 
                                 If the air is heated to 55 degrees Celsius at a constant Pressure, what is it's density?

2/23: Lab questions/Kinetic Molecular theory of gases with math/
         HW: 1. Fast Track Chapter 4 M/C  
                 2. Finish Proving Ideal Gas Law lab and submit to classroom

2/24:  Review HW

       Asynchronous
                1. Watch Lecture Video:  Diffusion & Effusion, van der Waals equation - Read pages 399-401
                2.  Rev & Check pg 395-396
                3. Fast Track Chapter 4 FRQ's  
                4. Rev. & Check pg 399, 401 - Submit all to Classroom

2/25:  Rev HW/Covalent Bonds, Lewis Structures, carbon based organic compounds & formal charges  (sec. 8.3)/
            HW: Chapter 10 textbook AP ?'s -Submit to Classroom

2/26:[SUB] Rev HW/Isoelectronic species, Formal charge, resonance, Octet exceptions -Video/
            HW: Read Fast track Chapter 3:pgs 109-through 116. 

3/1:  Formal Charge practice/VSEPR and molecule shapes [Shapes handout]/In class do Review and Check problems 
                  on Pg. 314/ HW: complete problems on pgs. 337- 337a: 5 a, 13 b, 19 - Submit to Classroom

3/2:  HW ?'s/Bond and molecular polarity and dipole moment/Bond Order and Bond LengthHW: Rev & 
            Check 8-8, pg. 325, Pg. 337-337c: 27, 35, 41 -Submit to Classroom

3/3:  Review HW/
       Asynchronous 
            2. Read: Chapter 9: Hybridization - Valence Bond Theory 
            HW: 1. Read Fast Track pgs. 116 -124  2. Chapter 3 Fast track M/C -Submit to Classroom

                        3/4 & 3/5 Midterm Schedule:   
                                 Thursday 3/4/21

                                            1st: 7:50 - 9:45

                                            4th: 9:50 - 11:45

                                        Friday 3/5/2021

                                            3rd: 7:50 - 9:45

                                            5th: 9:50 - 11:45      

3/5:    Lecture: Bond dissociation enthalpy/Recap Electron Config. & Hybridized orbitals/Intermolecular Forces Handout/ 
            Complete the following problems:Sec 8-9 pg. 331,  Pg. 337c: #45 & 49, CYU pg. 349, 351 & 354
            HW: 1. Chapter 9 AP Practice M/C & FRQ's pg. 369i-369j
                    2. Fast Track Chapter 3 FRQ -Submit to classroom
                     Optional: Molecular Orbital Theory [We will have to go over paramagnetism & diamagnetism]

3/8:  Rev HW/Properties of liquids - Day 1 with bp demo/
          HW: 1. Chapter 11 AP M/C & FRQ's pg 435g-435h  

3/9:  Properties of liquids - Day 2 with demos &phase diagrams(Diagram handout)/
        HW: Read12-7 and complete Rev & Ck 12-7 pgs.463-465

3/10:    Rev. HW

            Asynchronous 
                1. Gas Pressure & VSEPR Quiz (Open from 9 am to 9 pm on the Classroom)

3/11:  Reaction Quotient (Q) & Disturbing a chemical equilibrium with demo/pg. 583: 7, 11, 17, 23
             HW: AP M/C & Free response ?'s, pg 583 I - 583 l

3/15:   Rev. HW/Acids & Bases, Ionization Constant (Ka, Kb, Kw)/HW: 1. Read section: "The Reaction of a Strong Acid with
         a Strong  Base" pg. 603-604/View link on pH Titration Curves  2.  Rev & Checks: pg. 592 & 598 - Submit to Classroom by 10 pm

3/16: Rev HW/
        More K & ICE chart practice/pKa, pH, pOH practice/Titration curves handout     /Ka Chart - pg 595
        HW: 1. Rev. & Checks: pg. 600, 603  2. If 6.74 ml of 0.146 M HCl is added to 
                25.46 ml of unknown NaOH, what is the molarity of the NaOH solution.


3/17:  Rev HW/Show Lab Set-up (4 stations)
         Asynchronous 
       HW:1. If you combine 15.67 ml of 0.146 M HCl and 24.56 ml of 0.245 M NaOH, what is the pH of the resulting solution.
        
                     
3/18:    Post HW Key on Classroom/Strong Acid & Strong Base Data collection using Drop Counters - 
            Sketch the titration curve /Complete lab calcs for trial 1 then do a second trial/
            HW: 1. Finish calcs for Strong acid - Strong Base lab - Submit to Classroom
                     2.       Acid/Base Information Sheet with Formulas

                Table 16.3 pg. 599/Review Regions of the Titration Curve on board/ 
                How to find pH of resulting solution -Stoichiometry & equilibrium math
                    Ex 1 from class: weak Acid/strong Base problems  
                       Ex 2 from class: weak Base/Strong Acid problem
            HW: 1Read section on "The Reaction of a Weak Acid with a Strong Base" pg. 604    
                   2.  Titration curve video   
                    3. Prep Weak Acid & Strong Base purpose pg 1Weak Acid & Strong Base Lab pg 2
                       
              
3/22: Weak Acid & Strong Base Lab w/ full titration curve, solve  for pKa & Ka of acid 
            HW: 1.  How to use a titration curve to solve for pKa and pKb - Video Linked  
                    2. Finish Weak Acid & Strong Base Lab and Submit to Classroom
                    3.  Prep Weak Base & Strong Acid Lab

            HW:  1. Read Chapter 13 in Fast Track: pgs. 298- 307: Questions: a-d
               

 3/24:     Weak Base & Strong Acid problem/  Lab Wrap up and Questions

             Asynchronous 
              1.   Finish Weak Base & Strong Acid Lab - Submit to classroom
           
3/25:  More practice problems and Identify Titration curves / Rev & Checks: 16-6, 16-8, 16-9/ problem #65 c on page 629
           HW: Finish anything left from class
                                                    

3/26- 4/5: Spring Break: 
    1. Stoichiometry Review Sheet : 1-4   
     2.   Chapter 16 problems(pg 629): 63, 65 a, 87, 93
     1. Watch video of how to solve for 65 a to check your work.
     2.  Chapter 16 problems(pg 629): 65 b 


            Full School Day's Return 7:50 - 2:55 bell schedule M, Tu, Th, Fri with Wed a minimum day schedule. 
            Students will be on campus 5 days a week with a split lunch schedule.

4/6:  Acid/Base equilibrium practice problems/Review Spring Break work
        HW:   1. Chapter 16 AP M/C and FRQ                                                
4/7  Lecture: Buffers and Common ion effect
               HW: 1.Read Chapter 17: sections 17-1 through 17.3 on Buffers and Common Ion Effect
                       2.Rev & Checks for Section 17-1, 17-2 & 17.3
                    Optional for those taking AP Exam: AP review on an Introduction to Acids & Bases 

4/8:    Indicators-pH indicators Demo/ Review this chart:  -Universal Indicator Color Chart / Read Buffer Lab & Prep/
            HW:    1. Read pH Indicator section pgs. 653-655 
                   Optional for those taking AP Exam: AP review on pH & pOH of strong acids and bases 
                                                               
                                                            
4/9:   Complete Buffer Lab/     
          HW:  1. Complete Buffer Lab & Submit to Classroom
            Optional for those taking AP Exam:    AP review on Weak Acid and Base equilibria /  Highlights - Important information                                                       

4/12:    Solubility of salts lecture (Ksp)/Review this sheet:  equilibrium expressions sheet with Ksp
            Optional for those taking AP Exam:   -Moles, Spectrometry, elemental composition (EF), and mixtures

4/13:    Lecture - Q vs Ksp in determining precipitation/Chapter 17 AP M/C & FRQ's
             HW:   Finish  Chapter 17: AP M/C & FRQ's

4/14:   Review Chapter 17 Questions/Practice problems on board/Review all unit 3 materials
        HW: Study for Unit 3 Exam
             Optional for those taking AP Exam:   Chemical Bonds, IMF, Structure of Solids
                                                              

4/15:    Unit 3 Exam
            HW:  Optional for those taking AP Exam:    Lewis Diagrams, Formal Charge, and VSEPR                                                 
                         
                                                             
                                                            
                                               

  Did not complete due to Covid -19

 

Prep:Inquiry Lab with gas pressure - procedure in a 
                    team of 4 people /Do Inquiry Lab with gas pressure and turn in

 Read & prep Bicarbonate Lab: Intro, prelab ?/Make data table for standardization of the HCl/ Complete Standardization/Make one data table for 
                 two trials for an unknown 
                sample [volume of acid used, mass of vial and sample before, mass of vial and sample after]/Complete Carbonate Lab/Acid-base neutralization -Handout 2/HW: 1. Finish Carbonate Lab and ID unknown

3.  Read Chapter 13 in Fast Track: pgs 281-top of 288      
              
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